Baltimore City Narco Cops Crush Cocaine Depot on Greenspring Ave.
BALTIMORE CITY, MD. — The brass of the Baltimore City Police Department reports that it has yanked a big stash of drugs and drug distribution depot away from the control of a few of the city’s notorious drug dealers, without disclosing who exactly those dealers may be.
Members of the Northwest District’s drug unit executed a search and seizure warrant in the 4900 block of Greenspring Avenue. As a result, two people were arrested and charged with numerous amounts of narcotics and weapons violations.
Detectives seized over 4 kilos of heroin and cocaine valued at approximately $400,000.00, approximately $80,000 in cash, a stolen handgun, four (4) kilo pressing machines, and a numerous amount of other CDS manufacturing and distribution materials.
This search and seizure warrant came about because of a Metro Crime Stoppers’ tip, and has turned into a major narcotic bust. One of the suspects may face federal charges due to a lengthy and felonious criminal background.
Police say that their investigation is open and ongoing, as detectives are optimistic that more seizures and arrests are forthcoming.
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